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Hearing From California Recall Election Candidate Kevin Faulconer
"We're going to bring on. Kevin faulkner once again to the john and ken show on your as a possibility to replace gavin newsom as governor in the recall election and apparently he made an appearance in l. a. today to talk about homelessness Cabin on my opinion one of the one of the best candidates. Running here kevin. How are you gentlemen. It's great to be back with you. Thank you so what were you doing today. Well we were out in downtown los angeles talking very strongly and passionately about the need to and tent encampments. Not just an la but across california Just like i did. When i was mayor of of san diego and i i spoke in very direct terms that we have a duty to intervene. But if you're going to allow people to live in a tent on our sidewalks and are freely overpasses and underpasses. They're going to die there. And the fact of the matter. Is that these tendon cabinets have become open their drug markets heroin and methamphetamine. Nobody is helping anybody by allowing that to continue and so i took a very strong position. Just like i've done Is married to get the word out. That folks across california are saying enough is enough and that's not who we are as california so it signed to stand up take very strong delivered action and i said i am going to lead by example is governor just like i did this mayor. We are not going to allow ten on our sidewalks. Yeah i think people should know out of the top candidates in the race. You're the only one who actually has had some significant success in reducing homelessness. They you will. The success happened during the six years. You remember san diego. And i think that really is a good thing to emphasize because that i'm ashok paul this week that ninety three percent of the people in la county say that's by far the most serious issue
"faulconer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Watching as we speak of Cuban police and military in the streets of the poorer, impoverished little villas. A little huts, actually hitting and striking people. They're all over, but you can't date or time them And we don't know what happened in Cuba yesterday because the media was shut down primarily, but we do know that people ought to be Outraged over what is going on now. Want to play for you, My colleague in the spot Bill Bennett. Was on Martin McCullum on Fox yesterday. I got a lot of great friends here at the network and Larry Elder is now off running for governor of California in the recall, and I think he'll be a leading candidate, along with Kevin Falconer. Something in Kylie John Cox, um There are people who I will be inviting the Nixon Foundation Library, the East Room for two debates, and we haven't heard back yet from all of them. We've heard from some of them will be there. The that The category for being invited as a pathway forward, the ability to actually went and yes, I will invite Caitlin Jenner. I'm not sure if Caitlyn Jenner can win or not, but it would be obvious the amount of media attention she's gotten that She is a Legitimate candidate, But I think just those five falconer elder Cox, Kylie and Caitlyn Jenner will be on the stage and we're going to do two of them. And elder, of course, may be on the top of the list. The question is, do Oh, The people of California recall Gavin Newsom. First. There are two questions in California one Should Gavin Newsom be recalled into if so, who should replace him? And the second is a plurality vote. Whoever gets the most votes when Larry could win that Larry Elder could win that Kevin Kiley could win that John Cox could win that Kevin Faulconer can win that. I'm not sure Caitlyn Jenner could, but I have to see some polling. But right now those are the five we're inviting. And I I I stand by that decision. I'm not going to have a circus. They had a circus. The last time Arianna Huffington was running And Arianna had no more chance and it's no man in hell of surviving that, and she dropped out eventually, and I'm not going to play that game. I'm in charge, and I'm inviting people who have a potential. Pathway to win that. And that's a combination of 40 years in politics and polling and fundraising and media accessibility, and I know a long shot when I see one and I'm not putting long shots on Larry is not a long shot. Larry Albert has a chance. Kevin Kiley has a chance Kevin Faulconer as a chance to to Kevin's. Caitlyn Jenner probably has a chance, so I'll put her up there and Of course, Larry L. There is a chance and I think that and John Cox has a chance. John Cox with the nominee of the Republicans. Two years ago, when Gavin Newsom now the big story the morning in California's massive fires, massive massive fires up north. It's not like we didn't see this coming. And once again Governor Newsom's quote management is missing in action. Another issue and I expect Larry Elder will be talking about this. A lot is CRT. Yesterday. A Bill Bennett went on to talk about CRT with Martha MacCallum Listen to what he had to say. Cut number nine. Just allow me It is a very big issue in the short term. Just let me a second. The short term crime is our immediate problem has to be addressed immediately. In the longer term. I think immigration education are the issues. And if I may say, I thought the guy who's going to be the next mayor of New York sounded more like a professor of sociology or elementary education, then the next mayor. Put the cops on the street. Don't talk to the Gangsters are although arrest the Gangsters Chief, Craig was right. And by the way, if you want to do root causes and crime, will somebody please point out people that most of these criminals almost all of them do not have fathers did not have fathers at home. The problem of fatherlessness, which cannot be talked about in American society in many quarters is the main thing. That is haunting our inner cities. Okay, let's go to education. Thank you, Martha. Brenda, go ahead. But anyway, these are these are all connected. Left out of a need is good report was West Virginia, West Virginia is wide open school choice. Money goes into the backpack of the of the child, and he can take it wherever he wants. Supreme Court has already cleared the way Need a Vogel mentioned the Montana case. Espinoza v. Montana, the court said, you cannot keep public. Funds from parochial schools. This is a very important distinction. The unions are always arguing public money for public schools. The argument should be public money for the public wherever those kids go to school there just as much part of the public by the way we do this at higher, right. If you get a pell grant or guaranteed student loan, you can take it to Catholic University or Notre Dame. You know about Notre Dame, or you can take it to use ClA. It doesn't matter, And it doesn't matter at the elementary and secondary level. Let me just add this. I I think this is the next thing that happens in the critical race theory Debate. Loudon County School boards is people are going to say What about more school choice? What about giving us opportunities to send our kids elsewhere? Think that's the next front in this big bag? Now, Bill Bennett is still the best guy whenever there is a question to be had about that I've got another critical race theory clip to play for you next hour. That's just going to make your eyes roll back. But I do want to play for you, Vice President. Kamala Harris did a B E T Interview with Soledad O Brien yesterday Cut number five. I don't think that we should Underestimate what That could mean.
"faulconer" Discussed on Drum History
"Kind of wrap up here. s sure. Yeah we've been in business now. August thirty three seven years and there were full line. Percussion shop Drum set cymbals some stand hardware drums but we also sell out of a hamper cushion at the of mold. The world resolved try drums. Emma ruin cymbals snare drums and things like that which are are you know especially as well Allow that stuff in stock in very good selection and everybody works with us very passionate about drums and will love music and Love drumming so it's always a good reason to go to jump shop in. We appreciate our beds stem for this before and they. They gave. let me admission that. Oh yeah for sure. And it's explorers procession and drums. Yeah yes x. P. l. o. r. e. s. karenin. Yes yeah precaution drums. What's the what's your website. It's actually explores drums dot com and you can tap explores percussion dot com to Dot com awesome. Yeah and you're you know you're a dude who owns a drum shop and twenty twenty one who. I'm sure has been through some tough times over the last year But you know you made it through and interesting times you know. Sure everybody as well but yet been now the summer. All lines cells has definitely helped Pretty diversified shot. We deal with schools and we also do a repairs recovering restoration of drums as well. And that's definitely helped us out debris verse five like that. I'm sure and we do less than us as well. To course lessons during the pandemic was not really get it all his very strange S going on for a while at all. All the teachers be online is you know was born team for almost fourteen minutes that the first year we started going to get back into his about half and half is a lot of parents that like the younger players outdated one but their child in a room with dermer Human that close up and so we still excise mask a little bit right now for customer has a mask and all that good stuff so cool well Then i went to also give a shoutout to mr andrew moore who suggested this episode and got me in touch with us Who west told me is a great drummer. But he's also a great dentist which Is yes issue too. Good things dander Denison staff actually His father made his father. Todd a industry for like fifty years so at the um kc universum missouri urinetown as long as teaching career. The her may betty fifty years at fifty years teachings pretty the big dental school here. That's down your university missouri but Sanders greg grind everybody. I think in for mentioning me mentioned this to you and it's been a great pleasure..
"faulconer" Discussed on Drum History
"It's basically kind of looks normal at the top normal head and then he goes down and then i guess the fiberglass kind of bengals in may an inch and then there's a rim that's like like inset but it's not flush it's kind of sticking out like it's almost like it's sitting on top but i'm sure it's connected and has like a an edge and all that stuff but it does look like an old washing machine. It's it's dead for jetsons ash and it had all the regular ed Legs on it and Zico hoops they know the call stats so it was kinda cool. The arbitrator did not have their own. Those egg-shaped the egg dramatic all denied and those are really hard to find a picture. We we've had a hit of those four will say the al green drummer. I don't remember his name but he was also. Bb king's drummer. He's on video as into songs called love. It's like l. Dash dash dash e. It's like nineteen seventy five. He's playing whether artistry egg-shaped set yankee has little solo wouldn't that wouldn't sold train one of those. Tv shows back. it's it's kinda cold. See there now you just real quick like susie just to clarify zikos made the artistry series correct. Or was that some that zikos right. You'd have to send cards. It was really a supersonic it was still by. Chicago's corporation. Without ezekiel is that was icy. And that's where the non compete problem came in where he said you know You know hey bill you're you're basically kind of doing You're not supposed to be doing that right. He's reacted to it. He dislike made all these other supersonic drums drums. Okay as a reaction said like you know it can record over whatever i guess. He wasn't really. I know he was selling drums. Which wasn't selling clear drums. So i took lowers the Were and they Agreement that so candidates and it is what was the name he was operating under as by himself. Not as egos corporation. But what was he calling himself or the drums in l. Let's get question. What did they wouldn't. He goes corporation. I think as zico's drums because it's using his name no have couple of white one one store no here with sony. I've been in a couple of stores selling Wasn't many of those drums sold at all. I mean everyone's gotta be thinking the parallel to like ludwig in wfl with that With the but he couldn't you know. Wfl couldn't use ludwig name so they must have had a different Right pointing it was a lousy within because in a very small print Late thirties badge had founder. Was william floyd wig. And then he got taken to court for ram down. I was badges and everything that were made A couple of those for like videos later on no like eighty Mtv other some banner it used those but that only video. I've ever seen that. Al green drummer not seventy five. It's kinda strange looking strangely. Can catch fishy for strange very strange..
"faulconer" Discussed on Drum History
"Did happen Yeah now Like i'm always interested in this. If you're making ten kits a day and the demand is pretty you know pretty high Houses distribution typically work for companies. Like that because like the ones i was looking at that was in trenton. How does it spread around for distribution. Did they typically send some kits to major stores around the country. Or how does that process work yet gets pretty much out work. it was. They didn't have any distributors stand at no distributors in europe. Or anywhere else you know their own home op is there in kansas city. Most everything was made in. Kansas city area on a couple of things were made out of out of kansas city. So i feel. I think That brought them over like I've heard no or is great britain or holland over someone that was actually call him up disorders from drums. And bring that you brought him into or they would bring him into their country by you know by handful kits and that's how they got brought into wasn't that was a very very small scale thing like a distributor ordering thirty kids fifty kids or something it was like that was distributing zorzi stores and everything. So he told me. I kind of find keys moon I told the guys. I kit a i guess when you pay they i guess i guess it get paid for the kid gets everybody gets to get endorsed like they do it now and i guess they called a couple of times every time they called his house his wife say he's not the pub exceed at the club called a couple more days. They're down the pub so he's kinda already get hold outside story and that is funny but it's kind of a It's funny but i'm sure bill was like okay. Yeah need to get paid for this ship ing. I mean you're looking at like putting out yet. I mean jimmy was very expensive..
"faulconer" Discussed on Drum History
"Kansas which was not that far away the kansas side Pretty good holding back. Damp at that time So the first set was made for. Ron bushy Arm butterfly drummer while the very first the very first trump set and then second set with maybe keith moon any use sling land hardware. Nash and then the third set was a demo. That was has singer lugs as well that supposed. Kinda go United supposedly by it. But i did see him. Land clear set of zico's erin mid seventies think of the volume four album man The inside albany's Trump's but those are like i mean. I think there's a lot of independent drum builders today who I know is different in the sixties and seventies but like man. I mean you're i kind of. I don't wanna use the term endorsers but you know what i mean like your first guys are you're using them are let's say sabbath and the who and we'll throw iron butterfly on there because there may be not the biggest band in the world but indicated evita's obviously part of like rock history. Sure those are like the drummer's you could ever get in the world plane your drums very true very true. And is the sixty nine was. The was the ron bushy Bouquet set big a got a drum solo at solo. There was influence visit. That was a solo for rock drummers. Back into the on the one you know point four and four bay strong Thing going on everything. Yeah that Sudden chevy to than he had big at their own casing so their own design and everything that backing up. Though one of those thing lago don't know about a seacoast his at a little bit of a him and his the guy that had side the music store things with mike wagner. He had netted the day. A production company called. Mbc production company brought some of these bands. End again city and when it came in there too venue to play which is usually this place called memorial hall over in kency kansas sides. He would bring a clearer kit down there and show them the drums and everything. That's how he kind of say homegrown direct advertising there. Yeah and a lot of times. They did this. They had the stamps they made. It was stamped their names on the drumhead or reform. That was never brought the drums down there. So this bill war drums said is still around. Kansas city Cool anxiety i've seen. I've seen it before. Intercept national extent. his name billboard on undeclared clear heads and everything is coal doesn't really count nice homegrown. You know bland in fact.
"faulconer" Discussed on Drum History
"Look drum history. Podcast i m euros. Bart vander z. And today i'm joined by mr wes faulkner of explorers percussion welcome to the show. Brigadier extra. invite me sure. My pleasure so Today we're talking about zico. Strums which is. I would say a well known brand in the like drum nerd community but maybe to like people who aren't as interested in this stuff they may have never heard of zico strums. But it's definitely something that's effected through the acrylic drums. Really the made a huge impact on drumming note bag during the time. I think the very first time. I got to see one of his drums. Sets is probably like around five close around seventy two in the newer lugs and stuff on them and everything and they're very extreme ristic looking. Because you know we're it's now getting into the more than more plastic acrylic world and We saw them. look now. it was virtually terrific. You know Standing everything was very new material. Saints that the may have seen through it. Now it's like. Wow you could see through these these drums nerve things. I was really cool. Sam and I remember the most popular Said i was always called four hundred drum set which was to fourteen rack. Toms eighteen inch floor tom. And then the the deep long bass drum. Now as i seven hundred fifty dollars brand new. That's expensive for obviously for back. Then i mean and those are huge sizes but all right so as you kind of alluded to these are very early some would say the first acrylic drums. But why don't we Rewind a little bit and let's talk about. Bill zikos the inventor founder of the company. Who this this was in kansas city. You're in kansas city missouri. So this was kind of in your The suburbs around you correct right. Yeah i mean. I like i said before. We talked in the past that you know. There's a become a dual city. Missouri may metropolis was also kansas city. Kansas all the big suburbs round on the kansas side or really kinda sub bird's still kansas and missouri. That's where he kind of Selden at an early to mid sixty s. We did a lot of teaching. But the couple of big schools school districts they're like shawnee mission school district and with the school band and he composed that they played and bills egos also work with like little percussion sambas backgammon. The schools had lots of students and they even did like sometimes halftime shows at the candidate. Chiefs games back in six known everything so Hello thing invented kinda like Like four five drums sets together. Did like you know Have a chat ethic of his later on what to impeach Casey conservatory was as it over there over there a lot. Too and Would like take breaks solo tank at the middle motif going everything but may i bill though was most big band drummer. Give.
The History of Zickos Drums with Wes Faulconer
"Let's talk about. Bill zikos the inventor founder of the company. Who this this was in kansas city. You're in kansas city missouri. So this was kind of in your The suburbs around you correct right. Yeah i mean. I like i said before. We talked in the past that you know. There's a become a dual city. Missouri may metropolis was also kansas city. Kansas all the big suburbs round on the kansas side or really kinda sub bird's still kansas and missouri. That's where he kind of Selden at an early to mid sixty s. We did a lot of teaching. But the couple of big schools school districts they're like shawnee mission school district and with the school band and he composed that they played and bills egos also work with like little percussion sambas backgammon. The schools had lots of students and they even did like sometimes halftime shows at the candidate. Chiefs games back in six known everything so Hello thing invented kinda like Like four five drums sets together. Did like you know Have a chat ethic of his later on what to impeach Casey conservatory was as it over there over there a lot. Too and Would like take breaks solo tank at the middle motif going everything but may i bill though was most big band drummer. Give Man in a couple bands as well and we came back into city in strip in fulton missouri. Which is at too far away from their. That's great so obviously. His background like you said as a performer. I'm sure he was like tinkering around with drums. But he so you said. He was building some kits for his students. Right was that those were not acrylic though at that point. Right and Yeah that's how i know of know. He had like a little small angry taught drum lessons at i. The shop was mostly drawn in half. The shop was a guitars and other musical instruments and resilient to sonar drums a lot and originally That's what he was. flame for. Eating of course Drums but I did ask him would you. I think of the cleared drums near everything clear drums. It'd be cool. And he said late fifties where he told me that one of the first things i heard he started doing what he was ordering. We needed solo shop his own drum heads from Bob bills ranya evans drum heads. Dodge city time Dodge city kansas in he was special ordering drums. He was actually taken coding off the coda drumhead which would which would then be the sprayed. The cody sprayed on the clear. Ed he was asking Specially this sunday has coming on their. He's one of the first guys actually kind of innovated clearer drum heads
Leaders of Newsom recall effort in California say they have enough signatures
"Recall effort of California Governor Gavin Newsom has passed the first big hurdle. It looks like they have the required number of signatures to put the issue before the voters should Governor Newsome be recall and if so, who should replace him? We're still gathering, more signatures and organizer's understand a good percentage will be tossed out. It's part of the game. But the recall comes with the second question like I mentioned should voters choose. How's the governor who will replace him? Many have suggested a popular California Republican Kevin Faulconer, the former mayor of San
"faulconer" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Joining us on the Coca News. Live line is San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer. Thank you for joining US Mayor Ted Madonna. Thanks for having me back on. So Wednesday was actually the deadliest day during this pandemic. In your estimation in your mind what is going on here? Well, look, if there's no doubt that we are seeing an increase in in cases on drink, that's one of the Also one of the reasons that you're seeing the concerted effort on Mentally education, wearing the mask, social distancing doing everything we can as a city as a region with one goal, how we keeping people safe, our family safe. Our small businesses that have been re opened up. It's a time to be extra vigilant. It's the time to be extra smart. I'll tell you said, I think San Diegans are, you know are taking this very seriously. I've been, you know, overall, everybody When you look at the precautions that are being made, you know, it's it's tough sledding right now. But I will tell you I've been very proud of how Again how seriously San Diegans are jumping into this with one goal, trying to keep everybody safe. So the the the positives that we have right now and the deaths these air kind of lagging indicators correct. That's right. So do we know how I mean I I realized that we don't We can't really foresee the future. But things have locked down again. And are we expecting a concurrent drop in the cases? Yeah, I think that's one of the things that we've seen from our public health officials of the county as we look at, you know the hospitalizations, keeping very close track on all of those we have seen. I think some early indications that that will be headed in the right direction, and that's good news. Again. I think San Diegans have taken this and continue to take it very seriously. I know all of our small businesses that have spent so much time effort, Energy. Getting ready and in some cases, reopening, shutting, um to really ensure that both their employees and their customers are safe and Like From an overall standpoint, when I really look at, you know the effort that folks are putting it in our small businesses. I think they're doing a remarkable job. You know, when it comes to small businesses, we know that businesses can now you know, used their parking lots, things like that. What if the business doesn't have a parking lot other other ideas out there? Yeah, that's one of the you know what we're really trying to do, Ted, be creative, you know, Push the envelope. Help our small businesses stay in business during this pandemic and No as we've seen a lot of restaurants that have been able to take advantage of the changes that we've made no permits to go outside on the sidewalks in the parking lot. It's not perfect, but I will tell you See that spirit and to see that happening there. They're doing a remarkable job, and I think you're to your point on what if you don't have that that parking lot. It's been great to see business is working next door with their neighbors to say I do have a parking lot if you want to help and be part of it. But it's also why my executive order and then the ordinance that I'm bringing forward to the council. I'm saying all of these business district that you will also have the opportunity to go out into the street, where some of the street parking lots are. And so it's designed with one goal. How do we keep our small businesses? Alive through this pandemic, So when we get on the other side, and we will we actually have businesses for San Diego to go back to all right now, let's talk a little bit about community spread because this has been an issue among both households and businesses. What are their areas where this has been most marked? I will tell you and you know every day's you're looking at it. You know the information that we're receiving that we're tracking from our county public health officials, um with a particular emphasis again on avoiding group settings and can't stress enough. And we've seen this come out more and more, particularly the last several weeks. On various studies, not just here in California, but across the country. How important wearing a face mask is not only for yourself, but for others. And so I think we have to keep reinforcing that, Um you know, all of the other things that San Diegans know so well, social distancing handwashing. We could really make a difference of this together. And again, San Diegans have have taken this very seriously. And I think that's been one of the hallmarks as we're moving through this as a community and we need to continue to do that, because obviously We're not out of the woods yet. Um and we need to keep our vigilance up. Alright? Mayor Kevin Faulkner joining us this morning, and we do appreciate the update, Mayor Thank you guys. Thank you so much. And once again that was setting a mayor Kevin Focker. I'm Cliff Albert Kogo News. California Goodness matters now, more than ever..
Fired Captain Brett Crozier of USS Theodore Roosevelt will not be reinstated - CBS News
"The captain of the Senegal based USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier will not be reinstated chief of naval operations admiral Michael gill day announced after a thorough investigation the navy will not reinstate captain Brett crozier as commanding officer of the USS teddy Roosevelt aircraft carrier in the wake of a covert outbreak on the ship and a leaked email in which crozier suggested the navy was not moving fast enough to save sailors lives let me be very clear we expect you to fire red Flaherty chain of command when necessary we also expect you to be men and women a decisive action one sailor chief petty officer Robert Thacker died from Copa nineteen after being exposed on the ship as Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon an online petition has been created to remove a Confederate memorial from mount hope cemetery the change dot org petition asked San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer to remove the statue that was put up on a plot of land owned by the daughters of the confederacy in nineteen forty eight the petition currently has more than a thousand signatures both union and Confederate soldiers are buried in the
"faulconer" Discussed on KTOK
"Potter I'm going Faulconer Libert let's listen in on that conversation I have another concern and this has to do not just with your patients and your staff but something in the northwest Washington area something caused doubt locus from the one nursing home which began the Peppa Dimmick it has now moved to a cluster of ten nursing homes there thank you for asking that question I agree what happened well and I think what happened if I can jump in on that is we have a lot of staff and nursing homes who work in multiple nursing homes we also have a lot of contract nurses and aides who work in multiple nursing homes are another one out to you that it's common for modern health care no matter what form it takes and then is contracting housekeeping contracting leaders contracting food services and all of these servers you know common client we don't know who brought this in an email circulated amongst all pan but you could maybe find a single vendor it could be anything because we're not doing testing the United States and we're not going to know the extent of the level of contamination in United States probably until the next two three weeks maybe four weeks at the outset and when we do the numbers are gonna be astronomical because there are people out there right now who are infectious because you're at your S. symptomatic for at least two weeks while you're contagious read us Connie said there have been cases up to twenty seven days even longer the people have been a symptomatic no symptoms but they have been contagious and we have not been doing testing in the United States to any degree like the rest of the world has done so we don't know what the level is out there but with these tests that are now getting out there in the public to clinics hospitals around the country when those tests are coming back the numbers are going to go through the roof and people are going to be shot.
San Diego Mayor Faulconer and County Chairman Cox urge Gov. Newsom to let county decide when to reopen
"Meantime the mayor of San Diego along with county officials today asking the governor for more local control and re opening the economy this is not a plan for businesses to return to normal it's a plan for how businesses need to operate in the new normal with physical distance sanitation and limited occupancy during his daily briefing this last hour mayor Faulkner said the city in a region don't want to risk anyone's help the mayor says by implementing these guidelines said vehicle could be a model for other areas around the state the governor is expected to talk about more face again at a time table tomorrow at his noontime briefing you can hear live here
"faulconer" Discussed on KTOK
"Should use radio one Hey welcome to the garden party Jamie Ashmore Mike again and I'm going Faulconer Lifford eight four oh one thousand star one thousand and we're so happy to be here on this beautiful day let's talk to Kevin I think Kevin has a question about Hawthorne says that right Kevin there are got from Hawthorne's I'm having trouble getting them to bloom that seems to be the year of all yeah what I would add you know everybody's been basically saying the same thing about the resilience in our apple trees and thorn and hot in Hawthorne's or are in the rose family either they're in the same families apples and roses and pears and peaches and plans but I think it was that weird warm up and then the double frost that we god and I think it just I just got your buds so will ever blow for like three or four years and they've never flown they have blamed on one I got a little white worm but they've never bloom spent our day in full sun there are ample fun yeah website that is odd at Hawthorne the other is blooming the when it when they perform their beds are very susceptible to our local frost I mean that's one thing I think about what's amazing is that you have the leaves on the Hawthorne because they are incredibly susceptible to apple cedar rest and the first thing it does is it depot late all the hawthorns in Oklahoma City well but it's cleared by that bridged the junipers are red cedar's carry it so on the red cedar's L. had that little slimy orange octopus and then it goes to apple you know Hawthorne's apart apple's close related apples and so but they're very susceptible to the disease and it just you probably it's immediately but the only thing I could think of really is that use have a variety that the blooming time it gets it gets a net but does your followers look good as I having spots on it they're just now starting to get some new leads coming out they're just not quite open yet that's what I was hoping that the little clusters might've been followers but they're coming out please again it somehow turns blue before the Polish is simply an after my mother had and I think it's crucial golly it's like crossed Chrysler warned Hawthorne it it always blooms with the foliage later on in the season which is probably a better bet because then you don't you don't have to worry about the process that match but it should be live alone or something I don't I don't think it's a realization thing I mean the realization usually doesn't doesn't start things blooming it just it might increase the bloom a little bit bad the nutrition your soul should be enough for it to bloom I mean I just I really I really just think it's it's probably just or weird spring kicking whether thank you if if you look for more Hawthorne's make sure to do a little research and make sure to get the ones are the most resistant to at apple cedar rest and what what's a variety you know when I was in school there was no recommended varieties of Hawthorne's Rocklahoma so that made but that was awhile back so they might have the develop some right now Kevin you're a pioneer I thought you well we appreciate your call I hope it gets all right all right we actually have two colors name June June one in June to June one it wants to guess the plant of the week June first yes to the first yes I made so I'm guessing is that blue star or and Sony and I'm kind do you have one of these I don't all I can grow or weeds so I want some of the I think yeah it is almost like.
Lincoln Club of San Diego County seeks to maximize safety while jumpstarting local economy
"Economy San Diego business groups want a task force to advise local officials on ways to open parts of the local economy on may first the Lincoln club representing more than three hundred businesses in San Diego was asking Greg **** the chair of the County Board of supervisors and mayor Kevin Faulconer Fertel the task force in place by the twenty second next week and have some companies back to work at the end of the month the restaurant company mining it or exactly a kind small business the grind it out there locally owned this is getting a business off the ground but it's a really tough industries will now it's tough in general it's especially tough in California and it is unbelievably tough under the current Bayern that weren't explained seven the president of the Lincoln club San Diego county so they'll fall the orders of the governor taking their cues from
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"Going Faulconer Libert let's listen in on that conversation I have another concern and this has to do not just with your patients and your staff but something in the northwest Washington area something caused doubt locus from the one nursing home which began the epidemic it has now moved to a cluster of ten nursing homes there thank you for asking that question I agree what happened and I think what happened if I can jump in on that is we have a lot of staff and nursing homes who work in multiple nursing homes we also have a lot of contract nurses and aides who work in multiple nursing homes another one out to you that it's common for modern health care no matter what form it takes and then is contracting housekeeping contracting leaders contracting food services and all of these servers you know common client we don't know who brought this in an email circulated amongst all pan but you could maybe find a single vendor it could be anything because we're not doing testing the United States and we're not going to know the extent of the level of contamination in United States probably until the next two three weeks maybe four weeks at the outset and when we do the numbers are gonna be astronomical because there are people out there right now who are infectious because you're you're a symptomatic for at least two weeks while you're contagious rattus Connie said there have been cases up to twenty seven days even longer the people have been a symptomatic no symptoms but they have been contagious and we have not been doing testing in the United States to any degree like the rest of the world has done so we don't know what the level is out there but with these tests that are now getting out there in the public to clinics hospitals around the country when those tests are coming back the numbers are going to go through the rough and people are going to be shot.
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"News radio one thousand K. T. O. cake with Faulconer Lippert here with you on this Sunday evening fifty four degrees in Oklahoma City again we have another very special program this is homeland security off the record and the Cameri is my co host and of course is a highly respected and acclaimed multi award winning journalist and the former editor of homeland security today magazine he has now created a new media endeavor called in telescopes dot com I. N. T. E. L. I. S. C. O. P. X. dot com an online media for in depth national security news insight and analysis our guest tonight is Clare M. Lopez vice president for research and analysis at the center for security policy she previously was a senior fellow with the center as well as with the London center for policy research and does she joins us this evening to really bring us up to date on the things that she is an incredible authority on and that would be counterterrorism counterintelligence counterproductive right shin issues with specific expertise in Islam and Iran and so was it Tony and are clear thank you again of you were talking about the role of Pakistan and Afghanistan please continue hi is was there and she was a career CIA operations officer who turned down the commission after coming out of it was record of it in a Kennedy School and to go to work for the CIA would which he got up long career in I I do need to update just one thing I and formerly the vice president for research and analysis at the center for security policy but now just recently have formed my own Lopez liberty LLC in fact the paperwork is still in process but shortly should be coming through and I will be working on a website for that soon to tell me what is Lopez liberty L. L. C. what will be my own vehicle for continuing the same kind of work that I've been doing before which continues the focus on the Middle East national security around other places like Turkey Israel and so forth and then homeland security with specific reference to the Islamic movement correct and the vanguard of the Muslim Brotherhood as now we know under the complete control and direction of the Islamic government of Turkey eight it's interesting that you mention the the Muslim Brotherhood because there's something I want to to bring up that I had jotted down some notes on and you probably recall this was it last week the Muslim Brotherhood about vowed itself admitted a Muslim Brotherhood I believe the gentleman out of New York made a video in which he was calling for jihadists to go out deliberately get themselves infected with covert nineteen and just go into any building anywhere start sneezing coughing touching things spitting on people what have you which is interesting because in November of two thousand five reported that there was intelligence even at that time that showed that al Qaeda had actually discussed sending bio martyrs out via passenger planes who had infected themselves with some sort of pandemic capable influenza strain and this was back during when we were so worried about H. five in one mutating into a human transmissible form they have the plans call for deploying squads of suicide willing terrorists would deliberately infect themselves with a human transmissible strain of bird flu or some clandestinely bio engineered strain that can be easily passed between humans and actually Sam Faddis who before he retired from the agency clear you know him yes he was he was the chief of the CIA's W. M. D. counter terrorism unit before he retired he I talked about this on an episode of Joe Rogan's sci fi series Joe Rogan questions everything about the potential of jihadists you know if they're willing to blow themselves up they certainly have no qualms about affecting themselves and speak about getting on airplanes and flying around the world so that the fact that this gentleman said this but I believe it was last week this is not surprising because intelligence was showing that they were talking at least al Qaeda had consider this in two thousand five I think Sam said one time that whenever you know they kicked in a door somewhere now kind of strong hold L. they they would find just the place was full of materials on weapons of mass destruction mostly biological well you know it is outside of certainly will remember Abu Musab al Zarqawi and the work that he did in Afghanistan before moving to northern Iraq way back before two thousand and three in the wake of nine eleven but before two thousand and three it has long been interested in in pursuing certainly biological weapons also to some extent chemical weapons you know the scenarios that that that you just described and and this this imam or is this Joe hardy spokesman I'd I'd really hesitate to call the gentleman but they Joe hardy up in New York not not really a very realistic scenario especially in this day and age now when people are so hyper vigilant about all the warnings they received about how coronaviruses novel court move on I hate to interrupt you're listening to one thousand Katie okay president trump today with a message to Americans dealing with the ongoing corona virus pandemic I want to assure the American people that we're doing everything we can each day to confront and ultimately defeat this horrible invisible enemy word war the true sense word war the president's task forcing a new test is being deployed that can determine whether someone has contracted coronavirus within forty five minutes on site FEMA administrator Pete gainer telling NBC's meet the press today he's not sure of medical professionals will ever get all the supplies they need to fight covert nineteen but our goal is to make sure that we aim these critical resources to the places that need them the most and then you know we'll we'll triage as we go several governors are urging president trump to fully invoke the defense production act to order companies to ramp up production of masks gloves.
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"Newsradio one thousand KTLK Faulconer literature review on this Sunday evening talking to doctor Gail well since she is a licensed psychologist and Norman and so also in past years served as the medical director for behavioral health at mercy hospital she joins me of this evening to talk about communication and mental health and I appreciate you taking a Sunday night to spend with me thank you so much absolutely it's my pleasure and and you know I I love to talk about what the what the facts are so that we can all have good information when we talk to each other I have to tell you about a common her the other night I met the chairman of the senior ad hoc committee here in Norman to help we set up our our new beautiful senior center Anas comment made because that there's discussion of the of the center being moved by a planned new behavioral health center which will be the center of the health village is very exciting I'm all for it but someone made the comment and I I know that it wasn't me it they just meant to be a part of the discussion with the comment was well I think there's some people that are not happy that the senior center will be by the behavioral health center so you know we talked about that there was a good opportunity to talk about that behavioral health patients are all in the wintertime and other animals and people generally are not more dangerous this isn't this is an old fallacy and and we know that approximately one in five adults in the United States you know think about it when next forty forty three point eight million people experience in a year's time some mental illness in that doesn't have to mean extreme not be depression or anxiety or maybe more serious but usually that so what we need to do is keep in mind that we're all going to be there sometime or another so how do we help you to check the check in with that not just get not just say things have phone misinformation and say things that cause more problems particularly on the internet and help to help raise the whole community though your whole family but the whole community up I don't know we're in a time where is if I can get you riled up then I can get you to do what I want you to do yeah that's exactly right I think that's what's going on the internet yes I can read yes it's troubling and yeah and that's what the Russians are supposedly doing yeah I read about trolling I also read about a word and I may be saying incorrect incorrectly but it's called flooding do you know that word I do not know flooding I have heard of trolling but what is flopping yeah well I guess that I'm not sure it's saying is correct correctly betting is flapping in it it comes from the world of smartphones in it and it's brought to us by world of smartphones and it basically means ignoring the people around you in favor of your phone which may be in touch with somebody across the world yes certainly somebody you don't know yes and I and he was scares me about that is I'm I'm seein is so much in the young and I know that at all so concerned about our own children but I I saw a a Riyadh had reality test with that just this last couple weeks one was a young girl many years ago who was once one of the first people I knew bullied online to and then made a suicide attempt yes so you can be very meaning you can sure cause someone problems it hopefully you didn't intend but the most recent one I'm concerned me was eleven year old who was you know what living your life to sometimes kind of hide now in their bedroom but it came to be found out that she was on the phone with some sites that were very scary and very concerning and you know what the first thing was that they were teaching her was how to get to have a colon looper no yeah so he would know how to get to them so we have got to all be very aware of of our children in debt coming into your home is this instant stream of stuff you don't want him to be a part of so let me ask you do you advise parents yes monitor your children's phones yes go in their bedrooms Gass look at their diaries I mean yes yes yes yes yes and age appropriately of course but what you know the the piece of advice I give that yes I know it's hard to do I I feel prepares today because I remember when I did my kids didn't have self you know sure since this time but with the televisions so why do I call the quiet time every night in every home in America I wish that all parents especially when your children are you know you only have a few short years you nine know that truth but during that time tell him we have quiet time in our home from the time six to seven seven eight eight you know and now I can get an hour that be great and I know people are busy but that means turn have their cell phones and yours wherever in the basket you know turn off televisions to Ross media turn off the phones later take quiet time and then you can tell that during that time I'm sitting here in the living room I'll read a little bit if you need me for homework I'm right here if you wanted to go take a shower fine or spend a little time with your sister or brother great Homer right here but if you can get the world out of your home for that hour at night do we think that's a huge thing to do do we still try to do meals together or is that I think it's really hard for people to you you know I know I have children and grandchildren in their parents get in from work at six AM near Ironton have been interacting all day and you know the kids than you guys think about me Olson thank you they seem to get that done and I'm proud of them but it's not easy yeah I know it's not easy and some some people work much later than that they're on their phones they tell me tell ten eleven o'clock at night because we're doing business around the world you're right we're talking to people in China have for that yeah not really because you can't get in China but not before we run out of time yes that's what that's what's important is what it one of the kids watching their we can't learn what they see now what we say yeah and so what are they saying and so when they turn fourteen fifteen sixteen guess what they're going to do what you've been doing and so it's just those years are so important so I I I know I I I don't know where we are on time today hopefully we get to this list of tips on how to help civil conversation in a productive conversation because if we can just pick up some of those tips let's do we can do so much better for our kids we got four minutes before we have to break okay okay we're gonna have a break in in more time and then we'll have seven more deaths okay so I got a letter in minutes okay okay well then if you want to we can talk a few minutes about these tips and the more we have four minutes we'll get to that technique that is so important called re select the listening wonderful okay what is it yeah yes I wanted to talk about that because that's real easy to describe it is very hard to do so we wanna talk about that a bit nerd in your next the next time we have but some some tips how to save heating you just taught me what I need to stop okay I well I first of all when the credit decry Richard Pryor he came to my class last weekend and he these are his son his hips that he put together in court you guys that do the work you do or such good communicators yes he is and so on I thought they were asking if I could use them okay I just I just think they you know they make a lot of sense so we can determine if you have them and if we can all just remember eight to keep the eighty twenty plan in mind listen more than we talk and be good this is eighty percent of the time and talk only twenty percent of the time good to have a car at least a goal to work toward all right yeah and and we all know we all know times when we've not I saw you know times I've not done that and I know it when others haven't done that it it doesn't feel very good when you're on the receiving end of eighty percent of someone just talking at you especially if it's your children they want to be heard they might say they know they did that was one of the tips to start with it says don't tell me and it's so true for children with people we love conceded to get personal the trying not to make it personal talk about issues and ideas not people okay that's a good tip because he won't have any conversations are made up of what do you know she said you know he said you know it's negative about people but if we can keep it at a broader level about ideas what what kind of to your children you know intent I can always do it perfectly but you know to say Hey would you learn what's new idea you learned today I like to hear what they learned today not how how's your girlfriend do and because then you just get into Canada gossiping so you know and ideas are always just such a good idea to focus on in a minute a second one is to be respectful of others the other person's sensitivity well that's a good one that's a very good one and I I think that that somehow is it seems like it we've got less when a salute yeah it's like you poke them on purpose rather than be respectful of their seats absolutely rather than that yep yep rather than be sensitive you poke them all right I'm going to have to poke us a little bit I'm talking to you doctor gala will Hobson and we're talking about to communication and we're gonna get into reflective listening which is the technique that will help everyone so let's.
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"Love that yes please this is a garden party on one thousand Katie okay Mike Gannon J. me ask more I'm going Faulconer Lippert so glad you're spending this last Saturday of the year with us we've been talking possum hall yeah since you were talking about the warrens orange red red there's another picture on Google possum ha berry puppets have you ever heard of that's that's but I like that name of winter very hollow will okay dislocate their friend yeah yes it has more like clumps like beauty berries yes okay and it's does are also called berry Holly's okay so does a little bit further north so Inc berry which sometimes called possum also is for northern guard you'll see that and Kansas and Nebraska but in Oklahoma and Texas we have possum ha which is helix decidua to decidua is a species we grow and then there is is was it what is it the glava thank berry is don't give all that file stuff they're Sellin it may yeah but guess what when you when you look at your possible make make sure it says decidua well as a species or it says the city well I don't don't trust said was Holly it has to have digital X. decidua old really for berry Poppins No Way Out for possum ha yeah yeah that's that's the one that we grow but a lot of people get confused because he started making a whole bunch of new cultivars of ink berry Holly which is also you know it's reserve use interchangeably that we need the southern one well I understand that you in Calvin started a new thing yes called Jamie's CD selection Jamie's CD not like compact disc but seats like eighties CD selection and see the world and also CD is like unsavory something unsafe and and we get out our plan our seed catalogs when we want to not say something mean to a relative right that's right so yeah the and that's and that's good for like anything especially during the winter because they know that you have to research your plants so if something gets a little bit too hot in the conversation that you just bear your nose into a seed catalog it's like I'm sorry I just have to do this you know the thing about seed catalogs they're beautiful they are so incredibly beautiful yes have you ever had a plant or tomato or anything turn out as well as the pictures and that it's very very difficult and your the thing that's very unscrupulous is I want you guys when you're looking at the catalogs to realize is if it's a if it's a upright yeah authentic catalog bill have realistic pictures but the cheap ones they will have filters so that yeah so fee mumbo jumbo yells at least a here's a blue flower and everything and then there's a little girl walking the pictures she looks like a Martian did you know that that's good that's not alter on it which reminds me to say that my again and did you see where they've pulled cats off the nomination not eligible to be nominated list because this it has failed miserably is that right how could they packed the pulled up for being is it for like the cat me warts yes they don't yeah so every every still imports and like every film made made that year on in a little trade ad it says for your consideration and the list they were from they made universal yanked cats off the list I want to list what they were saying zero zero one it's not gonna be also but on the other side which tied into what you're talking about they computer generated all for yes the cats and I I heard that the computer generated and neutered some of the cats yes but the but the kids that were you know it on the computers jamming out you know twenty four seven I didn't catch everything and there's a shot in the movie of at its disaffiliation does there is like a weird this guy game heavy damage and it's our it's our human hand with her wedding ring on yeah for them then that that special anyway so possum Hough is not the same as this other thing right so but look for the possum Hans when you called in and talked about the wax means but that was a really good point I should give her name but she said yeah the the berries are really good for the wax means and if if if berries are incredibly tasty you won't see them like my roughly dogwood has white berries I rarely ever see it because they're so loved by wildlife in the either something with like white oak acorns you really see those because our eaten so do we know that the possum Han berry doesn't taste great or it would say all winter right but the cedar waxwings will come through when there's not very much else around and eat those so it's good it's always important to have things that they can eat later that's very good we need to take a break this the garden party on one thousand Katie okay make a new year's resolution to get better sleep I have this is Lisa bear again make mattress warehouse your first stop in keeping that.
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"Faulconer lunette Burt eight four oh one thousand star one thousand you have a trick of the we I do and I don't mention this before but I do believe it bears repeating good so I'm going to like allow the listeners to learn from my mistakes so in fact so there was a time I've I've tended out now but there was a time that I had so many lance I to bring into the house is that it basically you could barely even walk into my dining room or my guest bedroom because the plants right friends plants are my fridge reference so I had Tropicales which live in the rainforest everything I'd love segments and cactuses so and typically you don't water plants that match the winner but if you do you typically water everything right you don't water one and not another one and everything else it's yes it is our thing right going to do them all at once they're going dormant they don't need a lot of water use like a one time maybe two times at the most is this a good planner and not a good place to do that it's okay it's okay if you do this tip that I figured out is like what happens is the tropical plants the more water and you can water everything at the same time but you don't realize that a whole bunch of pots that have.
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"Thousand Katie okay going Faulconer liberty with you on this Sunday evening and full disclosure we pre recorded this mid day before the weekend and it is about how American kids become jihadis not why or whatever but there is actually a research project at Mississippi college called project Erro head where researchers are interviewing former terrorists and they're trying to find out really not why they did it or how they did it but what did these Americans have in common when they were like fifteen that would make them want to become radicalized joining me is doctor Godfrey garner and he is the head of the institute for counterterrorism center I guess I think I changed the title there a little bit Godfrey I apologize and Peyton Ramsey who is a senior at Mississippi college double majoring in psychology and counter terrorism so they join me this evening to talk about this incredible research they are finding Americans that have now been imprisoned for becoming jihadis and trying to figure out what they have in common when they became a when they were American school children that seems kind of simple beds in that the way it goes got free yeah on a minute you can count on make an analogy to like if you want to talk to a group of people you've never met before and to influence them to do something or not do something if you knew or and stunts that most of them played soccer okay yeah you.
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"Correct yes Bob initially start out with tractors and then groups of two mowers and now we're in the host of online and I said it we we say extreme machines for difficult things here cracker box if you have an application that nobody else can take care of come in and see us because we're going to find something that'll work for you that's fantastic it is and so how later you open today well we'll be here till four o'clock okay or until the last customer okay how are you open on Sunday we are not okay we we take Sundays off of it for you go to church to go to church that's right and then on Monday what time do you open up we're here eight thirty to five Monday through Friday and ten to four on Saturday okay all right well we're so glad to be here I'll tell you what we need to take a break Jamie Ashmore the M. G. V. I. P. is here tractor Bob so what is with us as well I'm going Faulconer Lippert come on down to five hundred east I two forty service road it's so easy to get here some of the sell side across from home depot so you want to exit at the Santa Fe shields exit stay on the service road and when you see that thank our from the Winchester if you're coming from the west yes now how do you get here from the east just come down I to forty west. and it won't shields take a left and go across to forty and we're what I am so you're blocked blocked you still there yes you can visit on a service road if yeah that's right we got we got a more hang in where the here. we'll talk about the bouquet of the week and the plan for the week when we come back you're listening to the garden party of one thousand Katie okay. theater.
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"Earlier I think that's incredibly significant so they would have to do all this by the bus or what or my goodness and and then they would and so were recognizing and being able to help many with and then being able to recognize and having that opportunity earlier is is tremendously significant and watching how we can change systems of care when we're not so silo together and people start working together that all of quality of life like we truly will be able to enjoy and the bikes and the trails in the city in the Coliseum's in the arenas and the sporting events the quality of life for everyone yes well we also have a component to it that it helps each of our individual partner so we will have training spaces we'll be able to have where their partners especially the non profits that struggle for financial we're able to give them rent free space as we have now they're able to be able to put on conferences and trainings and they'll be simulation rooms will be able to work with the university so it's not just a building for the the survivors to come in with the victims to come in it's where all of our individual partners can thrive in that where the city can use it and be proud of to recognize it for a gold standard right now for programs with the department of justice what can we be with them they are super ten enjoy half Meister bride in the same founders that help build us to be able to help recognize addressing trauma throughout all of our education system so she would be able to have an outlet right in Oklahoma City and be able to use our facility so it's not just a facility for the survivors I really and and excited to see how all of our partners are able to utilize the space and we're out of time but I must say thank you so much Tricia Everest Ford being the chair of this and Kim thank you so much you know I'd like to think I'm gonna get all choked up here but I like to think of of your working with the call the city police department in victim services is what really brought this forward and then you found people like Tricia and your other board members that wanted to see it happen so well best of luck I'm sure you want everyone to contact their city councilman and say Palomar Palomar contact them and let them know that it's important to do this thank you all so much I'm going Faulconer Lippard if you want to know more about Palomar.